A TINY studio flat – which doesn’t even have a bed – is on the market for a whopping £900-a-month.
The miniscule apartment is even smaller than the six-yard box on a football pitch.
The estate agent described the tiny, furnished property as “fantastic”.
Inside the owner has crammed in a small kitchen with a kettle and microwave, leather sofa and table.
There is a toilet and shower – but no bed and its hard to see where one would fit in.
The studio is seven metres in length and fewer than three metres in width – meaning it has a mere 22 square metres of space.
The advert says the flat does come with free WiFi.
Despite this it is on the market for a whopping rental price.
The flat is situated in Belsize Park, north west London, which is a popular celebrity haunt.
Harry Potter star Helena Bonham Carter and director Tim Burton are known to reside in the upmarket neighbourhood.
Tom Hiddleston and Jude Law have also lived in the posh area, along with Sean Bean and Hugh Laurie.
However their celebrity pads are much larger than the tiny studio.
Estate agent Goldschmidt & Howland said: “A selection of well presented studio apartments situated 0.2 miles from Belsize Park underground station and the local amenities that Belsize Park has to offer.
“These fantastic studio flats are inclusive of all utilities and benefit from having free wifi and an onsite maintenance team.
“Belsize Avenue is ideally located 0.2 miles from Belsize Village.”
Another flat in the block is of a similar size, however residents do have a bed right next to the fridge and cooker.
This is also on the market for £900-per-month.
A spate of tiny studios across the capital have left Brits aghast.
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Many have pointed out that across the country you can get far more bang for your buck.
In Liverpool, renters can live in a three-bedroom semi-detached house for £650 – just over two-thirds of the price.
And in Pontypridd, in the Welsh Valleys, for £950, a family could rent a four-bedroom house with off-street parking.